In Re: Kirby Inland Marine LP
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|February 23, 2011
JUDGMENT: The Motion to Dismiss with Prejudice of Eckstein Marine Service, LLC, d/b/a Marquette Transportation Co., Gulf Inland, LLC is granted as to all tort claimants or potential tort claimants, as stated. FURTHER ORDERED that in view of the dism issal of all tort claims against Eckstein, the Motion to Dismiss, with prejudice, of Kirby Inland Marine, LP is granted and that all claims or potential claims against Kirby Inland Marine, LP, including without limitation, the contingent claims of Ec kstein, are dismissed, with prejudice and Judgment is entered in favor of Kirby Inland Marine, LP in Civil Action No. 09-0074-FJP-CN. FURTHER ORDERED that any and all other claims or proceedings arising out of or in connection with the incident bein g the subject of these actions including, without limitation, in Civil Action No. 66836, Division A, 18th JDC for the Parish of Iberville, State of Louisiana, be and hereby should be dismissed, with prejudice, in accordance with the Orders and Judgments of this Court. Signed by Judge Frank J. Polozola on 2/23/2011. (JDL)
|September 2, 2010
RULING and Order: 23 MOTION to Dismiss with Prejudice filed by Eckstein Marine Service, LLC and 27 MOTION to Dismiss filed by Kirby Inland Marine LP are granted in part as stated herein. The remaining issues in the motions to dismiss shall be addressed at oral argument set for 9/30/2010 at 10:00 AM in Courtroom 2 before Judge Frank J. Polozola The Court will hear argument on the matters stated herein only. Signed by Judge Frank J. Polozola on 9/1/10. (BP, )
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